‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ preview: Now, it’s Teresa Giudice’s daughter in the hot seat

Quiet on drama -When you look at the past few seasons of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” much of what we have seen the past few weeks may just feel like a romp in the clouds. While Teresa Giudice is still at odds with Jacqueline Laurita, she has managed to calm things down somewhat with Melissa Gorga and her brother Joe. Therefore, we’re at least a step closer to the nastiest real-life version of “Family Feud” coming to a close.

But are we really going to be spared from seeing some more drama? When you’ve watched this show for five years, you basically have to do the equivalent of sleeping with one eye open to the possibility of craziness coming out of the woodwork and surprising you. Want one example? Just imagine the thought of Teresa’s daughter Gia coming in and possibly causing more problems for everyone yet again.

If you want to read more news on that, we have it for you in the official synopsis:

“With the adults’ relationships on the mend, Joe makes up for lost time with his goddaughter, Gia, but an unexpected comment leaves him speechless. Old grudges die hard when Teresa hosts a charity event and confronts Jacqueline about an unresolved comment threatening their fragile reconciliation. Meanwhile, Jacqueline makes an impulsive decision that fills her husband Chris, sister-in-law, Caroline, and daughter Ashlee with worry, but at least she has Kathy on her side!”

Sadly, the sneak peek video below does not really give much in the way of insight into what was said, or how it is going to be handled from here on out. We just imagine that no matter what it was, Joe is probably going to circle back, tell someone about it, and fighting is going to begin again.

Let this be a lesson to all of you gossipy parents out there: No one has a bigger mouth than children, and they will be beyond honest … especially when you don’t want them to be.

Photo: Bravo

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